There is no shortage of advice for younger users on Facebook, but if the same mistakes weren’t being made, the same type of advice wouldn’t be so valuable. The latest rendition comes from Mobistealth, which tailored its advice on the topic to parents and employers.
Social analytics firm Quintly released the March 2013 edition of its monthly infographic aimed at helping Facebook page administrators determine how their pages measure up when compared with their contemporaries.
If you’re looking for a basic overview of how to market your business on Facebook, you could read countless books and blogs, watch an endless stream of videos, or take part in several webinars — or just check out this infographic from PostRocket.
The Facebook Marketing page released an infographic to show just how addicted users are to the site. The plan was to show advertisers how they’ve got a captive audience on the social network, illustrating Facebook’s high level of engagement, membership, and return on investment. The site’s 955 million users spend an average of six hours and 35 minutes per month on Facebook’s desktop site, posting 3.2 billion likes and comments every day.
The biggest professional networking application on Facebook, BranchOut, has more than doubled its Facebook userbase over just two months, now surpassing 25 million users. At least three new people sign up every second, on average — now that’s branching out.
Marketers, get a load of this infographic full of demographic data about moms on Facebook
Facebook dominates social media, but that doesn’t mean you should post everything you can think of on the site. Consider limiting it to blog posts, videos, photos, questions and answers. And keep in mind that attempting to connect to too many people at once can dilute genuine connections.